Analytical Space: Hardware In Space?! [Harvard Undergraduate Robotics Club event]


Wednesday, March 17, 2021, 5:00pm to 6:00pm



Analytical Space: Hardware In Space?!

Come hear Weston Marlow, Chief Technology Officer at Analytical Space, speak about the challenges of creating hardware for space! The title of the talk is "Surviving on the Last Frontier: What Your Hardware Has to Endure in Outer Space". There will be a 30 minute remote presentation followed by a Q&A session with Wes.

WHEN: Wednesday, March 17th at 5pm-6pm EST


More about Wes: Wes has built his career on outer space. From 2011 to 2017, Wes served as a Design and Aerospace Engineer at MIT Lincoln Laboratory (MIT/LL). While at MIT/LL he oversaw the final phases of development, and led the assembly, integration, and testing (AI&T) of the NASA Lunar Laser Communications Demonstration ground terminal, from its test phases at MIT/LL through to its fully fielded deployment at White Sands, New Mexico. Wes also oversaw the design and development of the attitude determination and control system for the MiRaTA CubeSat mission from requirements definition through AI&T and support in early operations. Wes then joined Analytical Space where he leads a technical team that creates new space technology.

More about Analytical Space: Analytical Space is a space startup in Cambridge that is building in-orbit communication infrastructure. This will enable real time knowledge of what is happening on the surface of our planet. Learn more at:"